So... I have been vapor locked on what to do for priming because of product selection and skills/equipment to spray.
I finally got my 60 gallon compressor set up which was a major hold up to get the CFM for my FLG-4 (FLG-671 waterborne) spray gun. The compressor was a craigslist find for $100 It needed a new check valve, a good cleaning, and a quart of oil... so not a bad gig. It plugs right into my welder extension cord from the dryer so I'm happy as a clam.
So I bought Stewart Systems EkoPrime because I liked that it's a 1 part, and waterbased. Then I saw this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgjXVCwV3V8&t=191s
Made me feel 110% better about the whole thing until I got to reading the comments. Apparently not the greatest for wear areas and not solvent resistant.
I'm wanting to prime everything. Inside and out like a production aircraft. Stewart systems suggested prime everything with Ekoprime, then ekopoxy the cockpit and outside after assembly. Thoughts?
The other option is I have https://www.skygeek.com/u-s-paint-10...compliant.html
. From doing a touchup job on a Cessna 210.